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buildings in some areas reduced to a pile of rubble. >> and take a look at this next video we have here. these are first responders, obviously, helping to get nuns to safety after their church, the basilica of san benedetto crumbled. a monastery was partially crumbled. no reports of fatalities. there are several people we are told who are injured, but this is two months since a major earthquake killed nearly 300 people and destroyed towns in that same region. it is the fifth earthquake that has hit italy since april. >> journalist and cnn contributor barbie nadeau joins us from rome where that quake was felt. give us an idea what was felt there but also the context of what has happened, as christi
said, the fifth in a short period of time. >> reporter: that's right. we certainly felt it in rome. buildings shaking and the underground metropolitan area still closed making checks. where the epicenter was, four days ago there was a major earthquake. twin earthquakes. one 5.5 and another one a couple hours later, 6.1. in reality that is what's saving lives in this particular incident because people evacuated last week. their homes were damaged. there was widespread damage to these hill towns. you see these in post cards. they're made of stone on narrow roads. people got out of there last week which is what saved them today. the damage is unbelievable to some of these structures in part because of an earthquake. last week's twin earthquakes and this morning that was still standing. completely leveled to the
ground. barbie nadeau giving us an idea of the devastation and the extent of the damage to the buildings there, although as you said, so many people had evacuated because of the previous earthquakes. thanks. y direct oor comey was the on who wrote a letter light on facts and heavy on innuendo. >> strange to put that out right before an election. >> hillary clinton should never, ever based on everything that took place be allowed to run for the presidency of the united states. >> donald trump is already making up lies about this. he is doing his best to confuse, mislead, and discourage the american people. >> hillary clinton's corruption is corrosive to the soul of our
nation and it must be stopped. it must be stopped. single digits, yeah. nine days, people, until the election. the clock's ticking for donald trump and hillary clinton making their final arguments now. >> no time to waste for the candidates and their surrogates today. donald trump continues his western road trip. he's in las vegas, then he's in colorado, new mexico today. hillary clinton campaigns in the critical battleground state of florida. >> this morning we're getting a snapshot of the early voting numbers. they say more than 18 million people have already cast ballots. 9.7 million in battleground states and based on cnn's analysis of the data from key battle grounds, positive signs for democrats in colorado, north carolina and nevada. for republicans good signs in ohio and iowa. >> all of this as the clinton camp is hitting back at fbi
director james comey. they are demanding the fbi comes forward with all it knows from new e-mails potentially into the investigation of hillary clinton's private e-mail server. >> director comey was the one who wrote a letter that was light on facts, heavy on innuendo knowing full well what republicans in congress would do with it. it's now up to him who owes the public answers to the questions that are now on the table. >> also this morning, four top senate democrats are setting a deadline for the fbi and the department of justice on this investigation. they're saying the deadline's tomorrow. we're talking three senators, three ranking senators of key committees asking director comey and attorney general lynch for more information by tomorrow about, quote, the investigative steps being taken. let's talk about this with cnn politics reporter steven collins
and host of "reliable sources" brian stelter. thank you so much for being with us. >> good morning. >> steven, i want to start with you. we're seeing this letter and they're demanding answers of some sort by tomorrow. at the end of the day we're not really hearing anything from the candidates, the back and forth on each other. it's almost as though everybody is on the defensive. yes? >> i think what elections are about at this late state is mobilization. nothing that motivates republicans and democrats is on the one side donald trump being president and on the other side hillary clinton being president. it gives republicans a message to rally around. some of them who were worried about donald trump and didn't support everything, that's a message they can get to. we'll see trump probably going
up in polls. the question is is this e-mail issue something that can hurt hillary clinton. are there large numbers of undecided voters that haven't made up their mind about her character, honesty and the e-mail situation that will gravitate to donald trump. that's what needs to happen to change the fundamentals of the election. i think that's a much more uncertain case. >> let's listen to donald trump and hillary clinton. she was at a get out the vote concert in miami. let's listen. >> what are the reasons i say it's rigged is because hillary clinton, nothing do with what was found recently, hillary clinton should never, ever based on everything that took place be allowed to run for the presidency of the united states. >> no matter how low our opponents go, we go high! and no matter what they throw at
us, we don't back down! not now, not ever. >> steven, is there any other message they can be talking about, do you think, that would change minds at this point? or as hillary clinton has said, she thinks people have already made up their minds, particularly about whether the e-mail -- the e-mail issue matters to them. >> i think, christi, this is a race in which we've got two of the most polarizing candidates in modern election history. you know, polls show that there are some people that could change their minds at the late stage of the election, but you have to really believe that, you know, given how starkly different these candidates are, there's not that much room for it to change. i really feel that, you know, this issue and the issues around donald trump have given us a very good picture of these two candidates. it doesn't seem that there are a lot of wavering people out there. perhaps in a state like ohio or
arizona where we have a very, very close race, we might get a few,000 votes shifting either way that could change things, but the state of the electoral map for donald trump is such that he has to have a per week and a perfect run for the battleground states on election night to win. it's not impossible. it could happen, but it still seems far more likely that hillary clinton given the margins in some of those battleground states can ride this out. something big could happen on either side to change the race. right now it doesn't seem like the e-mail thing has the capacity to shake this up. >> brian, i was seeing stories earlier this week where they were interviewing people going to the polls and they were walking to the polls saying, i still don't know what i'm going to do. i understood you spoke with clinton's chief strategist joel bennenson and what did you learn? >> reporter: it strikes me talking about the polls that we're in the period of time where we find a dramatic new development and we get polling on the dramatic new development.
it's that period where you don't know how the public is reacting. that's true of the clinton campaign as well. joel telling me friday night the campaign was not doing internal polling. it's the worst day of the week to do polls. on saturday the clinton campaign was in the field doing polling. this morning they'll have some sense of how they believe the voters are reacting. we'll see some of those in the next couple of days as well. for an initial sense of how the public reacted to this latest friday development, but it's clear the clinton campaign is going on the offense. you can hear it from clinton and john podesta. we'll hear it on the sunday morning shows. this attempt to make the story about comey and not about clinton, and there are signs some clinton loyalists are motivated by the developments in the same way that trump supporters are motivated by the developments. i wonder to steven's point, if it's almost a wash. if both sides are mobilized and fired up as a result of these latest stories.
>> all righty. brian stelter, steven, thank you so much. you can see more of brian stelter, his show "reliable sources" at 11:00 a.m. here on cnn. the clinton campaign, as brian said there, going head to head with fbi director comey calling his letter about this new e-mail probe pertinent potentially to their investigation, light on facts, heavy on innuendo. is this a winning strategy with nine days to go? for a 100% fresh mouth. feeling 100% means you feel bold enough to... ...assist a magician... ...or dance. listerine®. bring out the bold™ lots of vitamins a&c, and, only 50 calories a serving... good morning, indeed. v8. veggies for all.
je welcome back, a late october bombshell. now democrats want more information about this clinton e-mail review and they want it tomorrow. i want to bring in democratic congresswoman michelle grisham who is joining us. congresswoman, good morning to you. >> good morning to you. >> michelle, let's start with this letter that was sent over by four senate democrats to the
director making a direct ask. there were criticisms of the letter but they asked for several things here no later than monday, october 31st we request that you provide us with more detailed information about the investigative steps being taken, the number of e-mails being involved and what's being done to determine how many of these e-mails are duplicative of those being reviewed by the fbi. let's say within the next 40 hours or so the department is able to answer those questions. that still doesn't get to the narrative of what's here. so what does this essentially get the american public? >> well, i don't know what that's going to do for the american public going forward except this, that we can finally at least if we get more information from the fbi, we have an earnest conversation about what they are looking at or not. that letter from comey creates an environment in this election
where we can continue to have sparring about non-factual efforts and emotions about the e-mail server and about both candidates. that is not only inappropriate in the context of the election in general but from the fbi is unprecedented, unwarranted and quite frankly really unprofessional. >> so let's expand this. you mentioned in the context of the election, nine days left until election day and we're hearing these candidates, of course, make those closing arguments but this is how hillary clinton began her comments at the rally yesterday in florida. watch. >> some of you may have heard about a letter that the fbi director sent out yesterday. well, if you're like me, you probably have a few questions about it. it is pretty strange, it's pretty strange to put something like that out with such little
information right before an election. in fact, in fact, it's not just strange, it's unprecedented and it is deeply troubling. >> so lots of booing there from the crowd. hillary clinton continued to go on there. is that what we're going to hear from her over the next nine days as she tries to make that closing argument, starting and pretty critically with the director of the fbi? >> well, she's completely correct. this is not how an independent, objective investigative arm behaves. she was very clear right that there is no there there. we're going to continue to fight for the election. we're going to continue to focus on the message that voters want us to focus on. it's the difference between those that can govern, secretary clinton, most experienced candidate in the history of the
electoral process for president and i thought she did a really effective job at saying there is no information. it is now highly politically charged by an independent, objective investigative arm who should not, cannot, and i will tell you as a member of congress and an attorney, they don't respond to us and should not when we're inquiring about ongoing investigations, about whether they're thinking about an election. >> the intent according to an internal memo was to keep congress abreast of where this investigation stood. >> they don't typically do that and it's not about secretary clinton. >> that's a good point. we'll get to that a little later with another panel, but let me ask you. if director comey does not turn over this information tomorrow, and let's say if he does, should
there be hearings convened to discuss more of these potentially pertinent e-mails and his decision to send over this letter? >> well, the fear i would have, i sit on the government and oversight -- the oversight and reform committee, if you don't have any facts and he's not turning over anything, then you continue -- then we are participating in charging and creating an atmosphere in this election that is not about the candidates, not about facts but creating questions that are inappropriate and unfair and it interferes with the objectivity of this election. i would find that to be as chilling as the letter that we currently have from the fbi. >> so despite wanting more answers at this point, your suggestion, your recommendation would be no hearing? >> that's my recommendation and, in fact, the information now should come directly from the fbi, either directly back to the chairman, which i think was an inappropriate context to start with, or to in my preferences,
they should answer now the clinton campaign and the senators who have asked for additional information by tomorrow. >> all right. deadline october 31st, as you said, monday. thank you so much. >> thank you. this late october surprise from the fbi director some think is giving new life to donald trump and the gop. is this what the republican party needed to unite after months of division? we'll have that conversation. stick with us. campbell's spider-man soups. made for real, real life. thanks mom at clorox 2 we've turned removing stains into a science. now pre-treat with clorox 2! watch stains disappear right before your eyes. remove 4 times more stains than detergent alone.
hillary clinton's private server. now while clinton has called the fbi's move unprecedented and deeply troubling, donald trump and even speaker paul ryan say what is happening is long overdue. many republican candidates up for re-election are hoping that this controversy may boost their struggling bids. ben ferguson is with us now. >> good morning. >> good morning. what's been in the news, the headline is this what the gop needed? two come together just days before this election when we know that this was a party that was really deeply severed. >> yes, absolutely. i think what you're seeing here is this is the common denominator that is able to unite republicans who have not necessarily been united over donald trump because everyone that i've talked to, even those that were worried that they may not vote for donald trump are saying now without a shadow of a doubt, i'm going to go vote for
him. i do not trust hillary clinton. i feel she is above the law. i feel she's corrupt. she's not honest, not trustworthy with the american people and i can't trust her to be president. i have not seen -- i've been critical of donald trump early on in the election, even after he got the nomination, but i have not seen a united gop like i have since friday around noon when this was exposed and the way that it was and people said, this is enough. i've got to go vote against her. i cannot allow her to become president. >> okay. so with that said, how long of a life span do you think this gop love fest has because donald trump is not -- if donald trump is not elected, do you -- can you identify a republican who can lead this party? >> look, i think right now, one, you have the gop that truly believes now that donald trump is going to be the next president because of what has been exposed by hillary clinton or even though she tried to do everything she could to make sure this information never came
out to light. so afterwards i also think you will see a much more united gop. paul ryan putting out his message that he put out friday made it very clear that we are all on the same team on this one on corruption and on the fact that hillary clinton is above the law. i mean, you've got to look at what most people see here. they see a woman who is not honest with the american people. >> why did it take -- let me ask you this. why did it take something like this? even hillary clinton has come out and said, i think people made up their mind about my e-mails already. >> she hopes. she hopes. >> well, but with that said, and there's probably some truth to that to some degree, why did it take something like this for republicans to get behind donald trump if that is how they have felt about hillary clinton for so long? >> well, there was a splinter because you had a lot of people who did not like the way donald trump said things and the way he was not focused on issues, the way that he did not focus on some of the issues in the last month of the campaign.
and so when you saw him struggling in the polls recently over the last couple of weeks with all the information that came out with that tape of billy bush, you had people that said, okay, i'm not even excited right now. look, excitement is everything going into election day. not only do you have excitement now around the gop, you have genuine anger towards hillary clinton that people believe is truly above the law. that's all you need going into this election. donald trump can be very smart with this, stay focused on this issue, talk about her trustworthiness. remember, hillary clinton in exit poll data in the democratic primary, about 70 plus percent of democrats said their number one issue with her was honesty and integrity. that was among democrats. >> there's no doubt. regardless of who wins, what if all of this comes back and there was absolutely no wrongdoing? what then? >> i have a hard time buying that. i don't think james comey would send this letter to congress
without there being something explosive in there. here's the other last thing, how in the world does anthony weiner and huma abiden have this many documents that apparently -- from the fbi's position here, if they were not some of them at least classified, i don't think he sends this letter. if they're just random e-mails i don't think he sends this e-mail. if they're duplicates, i don't think he sends this e-mail. james comey, to quote the clinton campaign, is a standup prosecutor. he defended them. now he says there's enough to re-open the investigation. that is massive going into election day. >> ben ferguson, we know that he has said, director comey, that he felt an obligation to send this out. >> absolutely. >> he doesn't know if any of this information is significant. ben ferguson, thank you so much for this insight. thanks for being here. >> good to be here. who is james comey? the man shaking up this investigation with nine days left and did he make the right call. we'll take a look with our panel after the break. like our passive aggressive environment.
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it was partially leveled in this quake. here's what's amazing. no reports of fatalities. we are told several people are injured but no one killed that we know of thus far. we do know some people are being air lifted to hospitals because roads are closed. you can see why. been two months since a major earthquake killed nearly 3 million people and destroyed towns in that same area. let's go to italy now and talk to dr. laurel gregory. she's a research fellow with the institute of geo tectonics. doctor, thank you for being with us. we appreciate it. i wanted to ask you, as we understand it, there have been four earthquakes there, this would be the fifth earthquake in the last seven months since april. compare this to what you've seen thus far. >> yeah, so there's actually -- this is the third earthquake in this particular sequence. we came out after the first one
on the 24th of august. there is incredible, you know, really horrible devastation in the towns and the toronto valley and the other area. those little towns were sitting on the fault. they were extensively damaged. it's important to get information after and there are big rock falls that we have to and a half have i ga navigate around. >> you're sitting on the fault line. what are you learning from where you are at the moment? >> so i was in my hotel which is several tenths of kilometers, maybe 20 miles from the epicenter area. i was brushing my teeth when it
happened. i knew what was going on immediately and ran and hid under my desk. the shaking was really intense, it shook for 20 or 30 seconds. i stayed under there. then we went out into the square for quite a long time after to get out of the building. what we're hoping to learn? well, so we -- we still have a lot to learn about earthquakes. every time one happens we learn something new. what we're hoping to do here, we're kind of -- it's not really fortunate, but we're fortunate to be in the area when this happens because it can get out immediately. we have a scanner which takes an incredibly detailed image of where the fault has ruptured and we'll be able to see how that evolves over time. the fault moves during the earthquake. then it keeps moving afterwards. the nature of that movement can tell us a lot about earthquakes and fault behavior. >> dr. laura gregory, we're glad that you're okay. >> thank you. >> thank you so much for taking
the time to talk to us just in the aftermath of this in just the early hours here right after this earthquake. as we understand -- >> sure. >> -- this is a monastery community. there are monks, they're going through rubble to make sure they didn't have to read anyone their last rites. take good care. >> yes. thank you very much. we may need another countdown clock on the screen, christi. >> top senate democrats joining the clinton campaign saying they want more information on the clinton private server investigation and they want it by tomorrow. this follows fbi director james comey's letter to congress saying new evidence is being reviewed and we're now learning more about the inner turmoil leading up to the decision to go public with that update. top justice department officials, including attorney general loretta lynch, disagreed with comey's decision to release
the letter saying any news on the investigation would be against department policy. not commenting on investigations close to an election, victor. >> let's talk about it now with a response on both sides to james comey's decision. former executive director of congressional black caucus. we have brian robinson, former assistant chief of staff for nathan diehl. let's start where christi left off. against the advice of the a.g., loretta lynch and deputy a.g. sally. do you think he should have sent this letter within 60 days of the investigation? >> it wasn't that many months ago that democrats were telling us how dignified, what a great rule follow lower james comey was during the summer when he said there was no criminal activity. now all of a sudden he doesn't have any credibility at all. now all of a sudden he's being
overly political. i think what the american people are seeing why is the d.o.j. stepping in when there may be criminal activity involved here that people need to know about nine days from an election? >> several things. let me get back to the question. should he have sent the letter 11 days out from the election? >> absolutely. this is very pertinent to what the outcome of this election will be. americans need every bit of information going into this election before they go cast their ballots. if she committed criminal activities, america should know that before they go vote, not the day after, not two months after. >> the reporting is we don't even know if these are her e-mails. these are on huma abiden's laptop that she shares with the former congressman. from your perspective, your response. >> so, first, 15 million people, victor, have already cast their ballots in this election. it is unprecedented for any law enforcement official to engage in this type of activity not just 11 days before election but 60 days out. the recommendation not only from
the department of justice but the rules they've always followed is 60 days out you don't make a public comment on an election. so he was within an 11-daytime frame. sent a letter that says i'm flagging for you that there may be e-mails pertinent to this investigation. we were in a frenzy on friday. i'm saying as a human being i saw the headlines that say, you know, they're reopening this investigation and it caused such a frenzy. and what you started seeing friday, later on saturday, that there isn't really anything there. the fbi doesn't -- >> they don't even know. >> they don't have a subpoena yet. >> yahoo! news. >> no, there's no criminal activity. we don't even know if hillary clinton's name is in the e-mails. >> let me ask you this. how can you say we don't know and we know there's no criminal activity. if you don't know, you don't know. let's look. let's find out. >> what i'm suggesting to you, sir, is moments ago you said there was criminal activity.
>> i said if there was. >> that's not what you said but i'll give you that just for the sake of this argument. if there was, he still isn't supposed to comment on this more than 60 days out. you want to know why there was a split in what democrats were saying about director comey then versus now. he did something where he upheld the law, what the standards of the law are. >> as you see it. >> no, actually, this is just the law. i know sometimes trump supporters like to engage on what actually are the facts. these are the facts. >> congressional republicans have taken a hard stand on donald trump. they've called him out when he's made mistakes. they've called him out and stepped away from him after the hot mike video came out. exact same thing. >> i was not talking about the elements of the law. >> the exact same people -- >> i think we're having two different conversations. >> let me come back to the focus here because when you say back in july upheld the law. i want to go back to what happened that really changed this investigation. it's when bill clinton, the former president, went on to
loretta lynch's plane. our reporting is that is what changed this investigation. james comey said -- in this internal memo said that he did this because he wanted to make sure that he kept congress abreast of what happened. i want to go back to what loretta lynch said in july about the moment that bill clinton walked into a plane and how that changed this investigation. maybe there are some answers there. >> but in this situation, you know, because i did have that meeting, it has raised concerns, i feel, and i feel that's -- while i can certainly say this matter is going to be handled like any other as it has always been, it's going to be resolved like any other as it was always going to be, i think the information about how that resolution will come about in order to know what that means and really accept that and have faith in the ultimate decision of the department of justice. >> so, angela, although she advised against this letter, did she not force his hand here? did she not force him to be more transparent than typically the department would be? >> i certainly understand the
perspective. i think they have the. the issue here. it's actually turning. we're in the election with no information. they've already cast their ballots. >> can we play what donald trump said yesterday about the judicial system? because i want to get to this. >> folks, we're living in a third world country. this has never happened before. this has never happened before. this is the lowest point in terms of our judicial system. this is the lowest point in the history of our country. remember that. >> the lowest point in the history of our country as it relates to the judicial system.
rulings have upheld segregation that decided that african-americans weren't citizens after slavery, upheld internment and this investigation is the lowest point as it relates to the judicial system? >> i disagree with that. i disagree with the assertion that this is a third world country. i think what we're seeing here with drake draconey's announcement is we are a nation of law and order and a nation that follows the law and we're going to look into this investigation as we should before americans go vote. i disagree that we're a third world country. i disagree that the judiciary is in worse shape than it was in the past. i do think in this particular situation the fbi director is doing the right thing. we need to know that information before we go vote. they say there's nothing in there, let's find out. >> really quickly, i agree with that. i would love for these e-mails to come out by monday, the problem is they have to get the subpoena. >> they have to get the
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the car to stop it from rolling over even further down that hill before pulling the woman out. her condition at last check was reported to be serious but non-life threatening. >> how about that? you wonder how she survived the five days. >> in those temperatures. >> we'll hear from her hopefully. fbi director james comey's surprise letter to congress about hillary clinton's investigation, let's say it set off a political firestorm. >> fair to say. >> clip ton's campaign chair john podesta blasted comey and accused him of withholding facts. >> director comey was the one who wrote a letter that was light on facts, heavy on innuendo knowing full well what republicans in congress would do with it. it's now up to him who owes the public answers to the questions that are now on the table. >> how else does john podesta feel? jake tapper is going to find out
when he jones him on his show. good morning, jake. >> reporter: good morning. >> what do you think he's going to say? >> reporter: i think it's going to be an aggressive case against fbi director comey about how his decision to write this letter splits from precedence and splits from legal advice from the department of justice. there's an op ed in today's washington post in which both a former democrat and a former republican official of the justice department condemn the decision by comey to do this, so i expect john podesta will be making a very aggressive case against him. we'll also have kellyanne conway on from the trump campaign to talk about what she thinks this might mean for their campaign in the closing nine days. >> jake tapper. we appreciate you being here. thank you. look forward to watching the show later this morning. >> reporter: thank you. >> you're welcome. all righty.
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world series championship in 68 years. >> andy schoals is in with the bleacher report. >> isn't it funny, guys, how just a couple years ago talking about how cleveland are a bunch of losers, can't win anything, right? >> i've never said that. never said that. >> in terms of sports. 52 years without winning everything. >> bunch of losers could never win anything. >> what a difference a couple years makes. now they're champions, could win two titles in a span of four months. i apologize, you know what i meant. the cubs though on the other hand may be cursed. they have the billy goat, steve bartman and comes fans cringe whenever they hear the name cory kluber. wrigley faithful hoping to see their first win but kluber had other ideas shutting down the cubbies for the second time. he pitched six innings giving up one run and jason kitness grew
up in chicago a cubs fan but put the game away for the indians with a three-run homer in the seventh. the last visiting player to hit a three-run home run in the world series at wrigley field that was babe ruth back in 1932. indians would win this one 7-2 and now one win away from ending their 68-year championship drought. >> it's business as usual. we have to take tomorrow with the same approach we've taken every game to this point. i think if we relax or take our foot off the gas pedal that invites them to come back in the series. >> the best thing you can do is cut them away before they feel that. >> the indians can win it all tonight in game five, first pitch a little after 8:00 eastern. guys about to go hop on a plane. >> i know we get to go to chicago! i want to know how kitnis reconciled growing up a cubs fan in chicago, now for the indians,
got to be tough. >> absolutely. at least tonight i'm impartial, i don't care who wins but i want the cubs to win one game at wrigley field. i don't want the fans to go 0 for 3. >> and tickets are pricey. >> they should get something for the money. >> andy thank you, have fun. let's talk about cal state university marching band what a show they put on this weekend. take a look. ♪ all right, real talented skill here, just a glimpse of the osu marching band's halloween performance, music, representing "psycho""scream" and "halloween." >> they're always so good. this is a glimpse of what we saw there, the mask, the ghost. band members practiced up to 30 hours a week, according to the website, and they have earned the reputation as the best of its best.
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